BREAKING: President REMOVAL Notice Shocks Voters - They Taking Him Down...

August 22, 2022

The University of Virginia's newspaper has made a request to remove monuments that give tribute to our Founding Fathers.

"The editorial board of the University of Virginia’s newspaper has called to remove references to University founder and Founding Father Thomas Jefferson," reported Breitbart.

"The University and the greater Charlottesville, Virginia, area in which it is located has taken it upon themselves to be defined not by academics, or history, or any other trait. Rather, those in charge of local government and University administration prefer to be defined by a single characteristic: the August 12, 2017, 'Unite the Right' rally," reported Breitbart.

"One week ago was the five-year anniversary of the rally, and Charlottesville residents and University students and alumni were reliably accosted by 'never forget' -style messages, being told that everyone needed to 'do more' to atone for what happened there," reported Breitbart.

The day "brings difficult memories and a sobering reminder that our country is not yet free from bigotry, racism, and intolerance," said University President Jim Ryan in an open letter to the University.

"We cannot, and should not, forget those dark days five years ago," he added.

A spokeswoman from Young America's Foundation, Kara Zupkus, weighed in:

"Leftists at UVA are intent on erasing history they find uncomfortable," Zupkus said. "Why attend Thomas Jefferson’s University if you despise the Founding Fathers? It’s up to conservatives on campus to push back against this cancel culture, and ensure America’s true founding principles live on at the University of Virginia."

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